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THE RICHMOND PA LX ADIUM AND SUX-TEL.EG RAH, FRIDAY, APRIL 8, 1910.
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Great April Stock Reduction Saie Begins Saturday
Florning, April 9th
The mere mention that we are determined to reduce our Immense stock $10,000 in the month of April must make every reader know at once
that we must do something very unusual it means that big PRICE REDUCTIONS must be mac
It means that we must crowd our store with people and that every person must be a buyer.
By way of convincing that this is a Bona Fide and "not a make believe" sale and that Price Reduction are real, we ask of you to read over the
list of things we mention and let us in this connection say, that only a part of the hundreds of articles to be sold cheap, are mentioned here.
Head of the Ladles' Suits; Redd About the Waists; Read About the Muslins, the
Ginghams, the Prints ; Read About the White Goods Table Linens
and Towels, Lace Curtains and Draperies.
Remember This April Sale Begins Saturday Morning. April 9
BIG BARGAINS IN THE LADIES' READY TO WEAR DE
PARTMENTS. 150 LADIES' NEW SPRING SUITS, all
made of the newest fabrics, all made in the latest, most
approved popular manner, ail sizes, the latest colorings.
These suits must and are going to be sold at once.
Now Read What We Say About the Prices
Every suit in our store, regardless of color or quality,
no matter how good it may seem to us, no matter how
much loss it may show us, is to be sold at a discount of
one-third off do you realize what that signifies to us?
Do you realize what it means to you? Just this you buy at
less than the New York cost to us, away under this cost,
and to think you have the entire season before you. Fig
ure the discount, figure the bargain.
$12.50 Suits, all wool Suits, splendidly tailored, beau
tiful new shadings S8.33
$15.00 Suits, as good, yes better than 15 dollars
ever bought, at ....... .... ...-$10.00
$20.00 Suits, and let us say right here that our $20
4 Suits look like and are as good as $25 Suits
elsewhere. April Discount Pr ice ........ S 1 3 .6 6
$25.00 Ladies Suits, all go in, none reserved or ex
cepted, at 1 off making them to you at. ... .SI 6.67
Regardless of the fact that these Ladies' Suits show
us a big loss; alterations will be made free of cost, the
only thing we ask will be a little patience on your part as
to the time of delivering them to you. Come for the first
choice, but remember they are all good, all new, and ev
ery one a big bargain. Sizes16 ages up to 44 bust.
MAGNIFICENT LINE OF LADIES' JACKETS AND COATS,
. ALL NEW.
MUSLINS, GINGHAMS, CALICOES, AT GREAT BARGAIN
PRICES.
Read these quotations all through. There will be some
thing that will appeal to you and these prices on that arti
cle will be at a big saving price.
Best Hope Bleached Muslin, per yard ...... ...8c
Best Lonsdale Bleached Muslin, green ticket ....... I Oc
Best Lonsdale Cambric, per yard I Ic
Best "Forget-Me-Not" Bleached Muslin ......--..-8c
2,000 yards Best Grey Prints, per yard 41c
2,000 yards best Light Shirting Prints, Merrimac
brand, during sale while they last .........5c
Apron Gingham, good quality .5c
DRESS GINGHAMS till you can't rest, the quantity and
variety is so great.
Soft, good Dress Ginghams, fast colors and good
styles, worth 10c 6c
Celebrated Red Seal Ginghams, nobody sells them
at less than 1 2c, most people at more. Our
Sale Price is, per yard ....... .9q
Palmer Seersuckers, best wearing, fastest colors,
during this sale I Oc
SHEETS AND PILLOW CASES READ ABOUT THEM.
45x36 Pillow Cases, soft and all right .............9c
Hemstitched Pillow Cases, 45x36, splendid quality;
there is no better 2 for 25c
81x90 Bleached Sheets, during sale . . . ... . . . . . .39c
81x90 splendid, heavy Bleached Sheets, worth 75c. 50c
WHITE GOODS BARGAINS Do not overlook this splendid
opportunity because one as good seldom comes.
Fine, soft, 20c and 25c White Goods, satin stripes,
dimities, and so forth, during April Sale ........ I Oc
Fine Dotted Swisses, all sizes, splendid quality for
dresses, a dandy for drapery, if desired, 15c
grade, per yard ........9c
40 inch double-fold Curtain Swisses, the best you can
buy. Price for a few days I Oc
The best grade Colonial Drapery, all choice colorings
and combinations, regular 25c grade ......... 19c
JUST ARRIVED, ANOTHER DANDY WHITE GOODS BAR
GAIN SUCH AS YOU NEVER SAW.
Fine, sheer, embroidered Mulls, goods made to sell
as high as 50c per yard; a failure to see them
is a mistake without a doubt, April Sale Price. . 1 5c
Things like the above will make this Sale a howling suc
cess. Sale begins Saturday, April 9th.
BIG LINEN BARGAINS 100 dozen only to sell of these
Half Linen Huck, Guest Towel, good size, splendid
weight, soft, no dressing, made to sell at 1 0c
each; this. April Sale gives them to you at
10c per pair or ........5c each
38x20 White Towel, soft and pretty embroidery fig
ured Towel looks like and is a good 20c grade,
April price is 1 I Oc
38x18 fine 25c soft Hemstitched Huck Towel, you
never saw one prettier or much better; during
the sale we sell, them, a pair for 25c
Table Damask at bargain prices. During this bar
gain time, Bleached Table Damask, wide and
mercerized, April Price .... 20c
LOOK AT THESE TRULY GREAT BARGAINS IN THE SILK
DEPARTMENT.
27 inch Jappo Silk, all shades, during April Sale 25c
27 inch fancy brocaded Jappo Silk, do not pull,
wear splendidly, these are the regular 50c quali
ty, not a refuse lot but on the contrary beauti
ful, new goods, every desirable shade, Includ
ing high colors. We sell them during this Sale at. 29c
28 inch Rajah Silks, mercerized, all shades, and a
splendid 39c grade that will not pull ... -25c
28 inch satin finished Mercerized striped Poplin, the '
39c grade ......... ...... 25c
28 inch fine corded Poplin, the sweetest, prettiest
fabric of all, just new, worth 39c 25c
10 pieces striped Poplins to close, all pretty designs,
largely linen colors 1 21c
LADIES' BARGAIN HOSIERY MISSES' HOSIERY BARGAINS-BEST
VALUES EVER SHOWN.
Ladies' Fine Gauge (black) full sizes and lengths,
worth 15c, ...-...--......-....3 pairs for 25c
Ladies' Ribbed Top Fast Black Hose worth 15c, per pr I Oc
Ladies' Burson, (white feet, split sole or solid black)
Hose, known as the best 25c Hose from all
standpoints, during Sale time . . ............. 1 9c
Misses' Fine Ribbed, Mercerized Hosiery, worth 25c
per pair ... .2 pairs for 25c
Misses' and children's Fast. Black, fine Ribbed Hose,
double knee, worth 15c, per pair ........... I Oc
Extra Special Men's Fancy 25c Half Hose, the
greatest men's bargain sox during sale, 2 prs. for 25c
Ladies' Summer Underwear Bargains, extra special,
fine gauge, full size Ladies' Vest, a regular 15c
grade, during this sale .............. ..3 for 25c
MEN'S SUMMER UNDERWEAR AT BARGAIN PRICES.
Men's ribbed French neck, full sized Shirts, Drawers
to match, worth 29c, April Sale price ........ 1 9c
Men's Porous Knit Shirts and Drawers, splendid,
strong quality, April Sale 19c
6 inch All Silk Taffeta Ribbon ..19c
7 inch Satin Taffeta Ribbon ....19c
Nos. 80 to 22 All Silk Taffeta, the 10 and 20c grade. . I Oc
20c and 25c Dutch Collars, lace and emb'y trimmed. . I Oc
20c and 25c Jabot, lace and emb'y trimmed 10c
HANDKERCHIEF BARGAIN UNUSUAL.
Ladies' Hemstitched White Handkerchiefs, worth 5c
each, per dozen . . ........ 1 ... . . . 25c
Gents' Colored Border Handkerchiefs, fast colors and
hemstitched, worth 10c each, while they last, each 4c
Ladies' White Initial Handkerchiefs, all initials, fine
and dainty, worth 10c, each-.-...... ----4c
Dollar Kid Gloves (in good condition) to close at a
ruinous price, small cizes, while they last, a pair 25c
12 inch Ladies' Seal Bag, interior purse, a dandy,
new, well trimmed bag, looks like 75c, during
this April sale ...2.t . ...... ...39c
April Sale Begins Saturday Morning, April 9th.
BIG EMBROIDERY BARGAINS Corset Cover Em
broidery, 1 8 inches wide, per yard 1 2c
Extra wide Bands, Embroidery, regular 20c width and
quality, per yard 1 Oc
4 inch Embroideries, pretty patterns and Splendid
quality, worth up to 10c per yard ......... ...5c
Look up the better grades of Embroideries; 'twill pay.
Big bargains in them.
SPLENDID SHIRT WAISTS BARGAIN Just arrived,
20 dozen Ladies' new Shirt Waists, worth up to
$1.50 each, April Price 95c ;
Ladies' Black Satine Mercerized Petticoat, while here 40c
Better Petticoats of ail kinds reduced for this sale.
Ladies' Muslin Underwear at Splendid April bargain prices.
Children's Muslin Underwear, per garment ........ I Oc
Grand bargains in Lace Curtains Extra Special
$1.50 Mission Net Curtains, 100 pairs of them
to go at per pair ........... ............ 95c
Tim of going to Press is almost here, our time for further talk is brief the above quotations should impress you with the importance of at
tending this April sale, not only one, but every day of its existence. Every item we mentioned is good, every one is at a great bargain price, and the
half is not told of the goods, to be sold, at in many instances, almost half price.
Especially do we wish to impress everyone of the magnificent opportunity to BUY a LADIES TAILORED SUIT at the greatest bargain price
for choice goods ever offered by us. -Think it ail over then come the first and every sale day in April beginning
Saturday Morning, April 9th
8th and F.lrin Streets
TTDn2 Mfflslhininisycn Store -e ai cars -
Exclusive Agents For McCall Patterns
SOCIAL EVENTS FOR TODAY.
Mrs. Edwin Cates is giving a large
bridge party this afternoon for Miss
Josephine Cates at her home on North
Eleventh street.
A dance is scheduled to be given
this evening in the. Odd Fellow's halL
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lemon will be
host and hostess for a meeting of the
Tourist club this evening at their
home, National Road. East.
Mrs. Henry Wickemeyer is enter
taining the members of the Clover
Piano and drums will furnish the
dance music Several persons who are
In town to spend the week-end with
friends will probably be in attendance.
The company wili be composed of
members of the younger society set.
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CLUB NOTES
EAST END AID SOCIETY.
The East End Aid society of the
club this afternoon at her home on ptrst christian church will give a
South Seventh street.
Helen Taft circle is meeting with store.
Mrs. S. Edgar Bond of North Ninth tena
street.
Central Aid4 society of the First
Christian church is meeting this af
ternoon with Mrs. L. S. Mann, 109
North Ninth street
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FOR MR. PERKINS.
Miss Nora Holthaus will give a
market Saturday in Allen's furniture
The public is Invited to at-
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AMERICAN EUCHRE CLUB.
Mrs. C. R, Woodhurst, entertained
the members of the American Euchre
club Thursday afternoon at her home
on North Eighth streeL The guests
for the afternoon were Mrs. Raymond
and Miss Martha Williams. After the
large dinner party this evening in the garae favors were given to Mrs. Cor
ordinary at the Hotel Westcott. com- ,jeii, Mrs. Edward Dye and the hoe
plimentary to Mr. J. A. Perkins, who te88 , Au elaborate lunch in two
ill leave soon for Bloomlngton. HI- courses was served. In two weeks
Places will be arranged at the table Mrgv Harry Wooters will entertain
for twenty guests.
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HAVE RETURNED.
Colonel and Mrs. W. J. Robie and
daughter Miss Grace Robie have re
turned from their winter home in Val-1 tertained the members of the Star
dosta, Georgia. TheRobies have Euchre club yesterday afternoon at
made a number of friends during their I ner home in Falrview
sojourn there who regret to see them played at two tables.
leave.
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ELABORATE DINNER.
A large and elaborate dinner party two weeks Mrs. Harry Hook will en-
will be given Wednesday evening, tertaln the club at her home in Pair-
April the thirteenth in the ordinary J view.
at the Westcott hotel by Miss Jose
phine Cates in honor .of the Lahr-
Cates bridal party.
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FOR BRIDAL PARTY.
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MRS. FRANKEL HOSTESS.
A meeting of the Teddy Bear
Euchre club was held Thursday after
noon at the home of Mrs. Sol Frankel
i! a 2 a.- X m I i - T - J ffl.t. ' IPfct A L-
a dinner party win uo siven iucb- m iu awu iiuib. jtuijix cuvmo wu
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day evening. April twelfth, at six-1 played at three tables. Favors were
thirty o'clock by Miss Juliet Swayne I presented to Mrs. Mason Byer. Mrs.
at her home on North Eleventh street Roy Taylor, Mrs. Webb Pyle and the
In honor of the Lahr-Cates bridal par- hostess. Guests for the afternoon
ty. In the afternoon of the same day I were Mrs. E. R. Stover and Mrs. Geo.
a tea will be given by Mrs. Ray K. I Pille. At the close of the afternoon's
Shiveley at her home, corner A and festivities a luncheon In two courses
North Fourteenth street. I was served. In two weeks, Mrs. Char-
The trip to Dayton Monday evening lies Border will entertain the club at
will be made in automobiles. The af-1 her home on Richmond avenue.
fair Is being given by Mr. Edwin
Cates. The guests will be entertain
ed at the Dayton club and will in
clude the bridal party and. others.
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ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED.
The engagement of Miss Ruth Bon
ner of Greensburg, Indiana, to a Mr.
Meek has been announced. The wed
ding will be celebrated in June. Miss
Bonner is a relative of Mrs. J. M.
the club at her home on North Eighth
streeL .
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STAR EUCHRE CLUB.
Mrs. Harry Williams, pleasantly en-
Euchre was
Favors were
presented to Mrs. Harry Wessel and
the hostess. At the close of the game
a dainty luncheon was served. In
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CLOVER CLUB.
Members of the Clover club were
pleasantly entertained this afternoon
by Mrs. Henry Wickemeyer at her
home on South Seventh streeL
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PLEASURE SEEKERS.
Mrs. Henry Rothert was hostess
yesterday afternoon for a meeting of
; the Pleasure Seekers at her home on
Warn pier and has visited in this city South Fifth street, i Needlework and
several times.
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MISCELLANEOUS SHOWER.
social conversation were the features
of the . afternoon's amusements. A
lunch was served. There were no
Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Hall who were guests for the afternoon. Mrs. Geo.
recently married, were given a mis- Schwenke will be hostess for the next
cellaneous shower, recently at their meeting of the societf at her home
home on North Eighteenth street by on South Fourteenth street.
the members 6f the Good Cheer Sun
day school class of the United Breth
ren church. Games and music furu-
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ALICE CAREY CLUB MET.
Papers on the "Thirty Years War"
ished the amusement for the even-1 and "The Wesleyan Movement In Su
ing, i Among those present were rope" were read at yesterday's meet-
Misses Elizabeth Hennegar, Ruth
James, Lena King, Daisy Phelps, Han-
na Hershey, Pearl Miller, Norma Hen-
ing of the Alice Carey club ' held at
the home of Mrs. Mary Price on North
Fifteenth street. Miss Victoria Lin-
nigar, Madge King, Caroline Weaver demuth and Mrs. George Knight were
and Nellie Harris; . Messrs. Thomas I the readers. An interesting discussion
Phelps, William Hennigar, Frank Car- on "What Would You do for Rich
ver, Edward Brown, Lewis Kisling, J. mond, if You had Power and Money
C. Smith, William Pippen and H. D. Unlimited," was held. After the
Murphy.
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' CELEBRATED BIRTHDAY.
Mr. John Elliott celebrated bis eigh
ty-sixth birthday anniversary Wed
nesday in a quiet manner at his home
iuz Lincoln street. Mr. Elliott was
program a luncheon was served. In
I two weeks the club will meet with
Mrs. Abraham Johnson at her home
on South Eleventh street.
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CHOSEN PRESIDENT.
Mrs. Lee Nusbaum was named as
Fotch & Bradfield will racs
tonight at Coliseum, 9 o'clock.
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born in eighteen twenty-four and is j president of the First English Luth-
well known here. His many friends jeran Aid society at yesterday's meet-
wish him many happy returns of the ling held in the church parlors, to fill
day. I an unexpired term. The remainder of
jl jd jl I the time was spent in needlework.
SORORITY DANCE. Jl Jl
The following clipping from the In-1 SOCIAL AFTERNOON.
dianapolis News is of local interest: The members of the Home and For-
The members of Pi Beta Phi. a sor- eign Missionary society of the Second
ority of Butler college, will give their I Presbyterian church enjoyed a social
annaul dance at the Woodruff Place j afternoon yesterday t the home of
club tomorrow night. The hall is to 1 Mrs. C. A. RJegel on North Nineteenth
be decorated with apple blossoms. I street. Refreshments were served. A
and a buffet lunch will be served fol- large number ol the members attend-
low ing the dance. The party will be d- The next meeting will be held
chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs. Chauncy April twenty-third.
Butler, Mr. and Mrs. Demarchus C.
Brown, Mr. and Mrs. George W.
Brown and Mr. and Mrs. Charles B.
Clarke.
WILLIAMS-CRAIG.
Wednesday at high noon Miss Por
tia Craig, daughter of Mr. and Mrs,
William H. Craig was married to Mr.
Roy Hamilton Williams at the home
of her parents near Greensfork. The
ceremony was performed by the Rev,
Speckin, pastor of the Williamsburg
Methodist church. Only the near rela
tives and friends of the contracting
parties were present to witness the
ceremony and partake of. the elabor
ate dinner, served after the ceremony.
The many friends of Mr. and Mrs.
Williams extend hearty congratula-:
tions. The bride is a niece jot Mrs.
B. F. Harris and Mrs. J. A. Walls of
this city.
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IS IN GREENSBURG.
Mrs. John M. Coate -of North
Twelfth street is in Greensburg, Ind.,
attending a Presbyterian meeting.
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ARE AT HOME.
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Walker who
spent the winter in SL . Petersburg,
Florida, returned home, having been
called by the death of their daughter,
Mrs. Howard A. Dill of Richmond.
Indianapolis News. " '
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DANCE THIS EVENING.
Among the social events scheduled
for today is the dance to be given
this evening in the Odd Fellows hall
by members of the Fnxs Buzz club.
The organization has given i several
very successf nl parties and no doubt
this affair win be added to the list
C E E3E3GTT
next Tuooday Gvo.
HOORAH!
GOLD1EH DOYO
From Ft. Cnjamln Her
ri son In Thoir Dig
WITH TK3 FAS30U3
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OF FORTY PICCS3 ,
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WEEK OF APRIL 4TH.
WATSON'S FARMYARD :
Novelty for all children; little and Mg."
9 W 9 nasr Bfcwaw we w ens . w ervsSJ
Matinee, any seat, 10 Evawiaj s
fernumcea, 7:4S and t:C3i Filsss, tq
1S and 20c Leeje seats, 2Sc

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